This is a great question, as wouldn’t it be nice if your spouse could simply transfer over his or her Rapid Rewards point, so combined with yours you could reach Southwest Companion Pass status?
Unfortunately, you can’t do this. Southwest DOES NOT count transferred points toward Companion Pass status. You gotta earn those puppies yourself ;-). Of course, you could use those points for free travel, but they will not count toward the Companion Pass.
To learn all about the Southwest Companion Pass and how easy it is to start flying free across the U.S. with a companion, download my free ebook, “The Step-by-Step Guide to Earning the Southwest Companion Pass” and get started!
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